Beginning July 21, you can eat Kosher at Wrigley Field

Another Century-Long Wait Is Over for the Chicago Cubs: Wrigley Field Is Getting Kosher Food
by Sophie Aroesty
July 13, 2017

The Chicago Cubs famously went 108 years without winning a World Series championship, but few know about their other over-a-century-long streak. The ballpark has been a kosher food desert ever since its opening 103 years ago. But sit-tight for this rain delay—the drought is finally over. Wrigley Field is getting kosher food. Kosher Standz, a conglomerate of the Chicago-based catering company Danziger Kosher Midwest, is opening DanZtand in Wrigley on July 21. They’ll be serving up Romanian hot dogs, Romanian Polish Sausages, Super Pretzels, and drinks. READ MORE

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